Friday, May 26, 2017

Las Vegas Outdoor Adventures Offers US Military Special Packages For Memorial Day

This Memorial Day, Las Vegas Outdoor Adventures (LVOA) invites active duty and retired members of the U.S. military to explore the Southwestern desert landscape and receive 20 percent off any adventure tour or package.

LVOA offers all-American outdoor adventures with activities suited for all ages. Experiences include the private “Desert Storm” gun range offering six military-style bunkers. Guests can shoot automatic machine guns and other specialty weapons, including the Barrett .50 Cal Sniper Rifle and the largest machine gun in the world: the Browning BMG .50 Cal (“The Deuce”). Also available as an upgrade to any package: the much sought-after exploding targets. LVOA’s range safety officers, certified former-military firearms instructors, provide guidance for each shooting experience.

Additional activities and tours include ATV and Razor tours to the Colorado River – the only tour through the Lake Mead National Recreation Area of its kind and thrill-inducing rides in a monster truck that holds the Guinness World Record for its truly monstrous length.

Tours and experiences include roundtrip transportation to and from most hotels in Las Vegas, locals are welcome to drive out themselves, a visit to the Mike O’Callaghan-Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge for a breathtaking view of Hoover Dam, as well as a stick-to-your-ribs meal in the Last Stop Burger Bar featuring the World Famous All-American-8-ounces of Angus beef, accompanied by fresh-cut fries and soda. Eligible guests simply need to mention the "LVOA Memorial Day" offer when they book their reservation by calling (702) 825-1411. For online reservations via, MD17 is the promotional code to enter.

Las Vegas Outdoor Adventures
This Memorial Day
Monday, May 29

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